Award Screening: Best Actress in a U.S. Narrative Feature - Swallow

Awards Screenings

94 MINUTES

AWARD SCREENING: BEST ACTRESS IN A U.S. NARRATIVE FEATURE - SWALLOW

Hunter (Haley Bennett) is a newly pregnant woman, living an idyllic, stay-at-home life with her picture-perfect husband (Austin Stowell). But when she finds herself compelled to eat a small marble, she is catapulted down the path of a new obsession for consuming dangerous objects that threatens her seemingly have-it-all life. Her husband and his mother (Elizabeth Marvel) notice the change, and begin to tighten their control over Hunter, forcing her to confront the dark secret behind her strange compulsion. 

A unique and unpredictable piece from Tribeca alum Carlo Mirabella-DavisSwallow is a compelling blend of domestic thriller, medical mystery, and satire. It plays as a warped fairy tale that uses its style and tension to pose real questions about women’s bodies, guilt, repression, and agency.